Microprint copy of the Edinburgh edition of 1907.
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Medico-Physical Works, I (Translation of Tractatus quinque Medico-physici, ) 6Robert Boyle (). The works of Robert Boyle, 1J. du Verney (). De la Structure et du Sentiment de la Moelle, Mem. de l'Acad. des Sci., 17oo. 8Ren6 Descartes (II). Passions of the Soul, 9Published in 10Foster credits. Medico-physical works; being a translation of tractatus quinque medico-physici. Edinburgh: The Alembic Club ; pp.  Brunori A, Vagnozzi R, Giuffre R. Antonio Pacchioni ( In his Tractatus Quinque Medico-Physici of , John Mayow wrote that a fifth of atmospheric air is comprised of nitro-aerial spirit. That so-called spirit participates in both respiration and combustion. The etymology of “nitro-aerial spirit” stems from a mineral long called niter and now specified as potassium nitrate. Medico-physical Works: Being a translation of Tractatus Quinque Medico-physici. Edinburgh: The Alembic Club – The above originally was published in Proctor, Donald F. (). A History of Breathing Physiology. New York: Marcel Dekker, Inc. ISBN